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 TORONTO – The Maple Leafs dont have to look back too far in history to know how this story ends. Kam Chancellor Seahawks Jersey . Toronto has happily snatched up 15 of 18 points in the past three weeks, but not without a few troubling signs of late that has the group on alert. An all too brief window of shot suppression and structure after a pair of November blowouts has veered precisely in the opposite direction. The club has surrendered an average of 37 shots in the past six games, outshot by an average of nearly 10 in that span. Theyve scratched out wins on the strength on a powerhouse offence and of late, some fine goaltending, a formula history has proven flawed. Obviously winning is the No. 1 thing, head coach Randy Carlyle said. But we know and history has proven to us, if its proven to anybody, that if it continues, then our chances of having long-term success are going to go down. Last seasons nightmarish finish is all too fresh, the Leafs skating on a house of cards that eventually collapsed in another failed playoff miss. Process, rather than simple results, has been the approach in avoiding a similar fate this time around. That was the mindset after they were pummeled twice in a matter of days last month. They would focus on the details and let the results play out from there. One such detail or process goal as they dubbed it, was holding opponents under 25 shots, something they came close to managing in a trio of late November games. It was all about playing the right way, a mantra players and coaches co-opted last month. But as Carlyle noted Friday, the Leafs have gotten away from doing just that. Detroit peppered James Reimer with 42 shots on Wednesday, controlling the puck almost without exception in a game the Leafs lucked out in a shootout. A night earlier, the Leafs clung nervously to a one-goal lead in the third period, prevailing on the strength of Jonathan Berniers theatrics in a misleading 4-1 win over Calgary. Its not the recipe for success, said 37-year-old sage, Stephane Robidas. You look at teams that are successful, they play really good defensively and thats something we feel we need to correct, those areas of our game that can be better. For Robidas, it starts in those details; taking care of the puck, holding tighter position in the neutral zone and attacking the opposing defence with rigour. The Leafs dug out from the lowest point of their season – that 9-2 thrashing to Nashville at home – by focusing on those habits, subsequently spending less time defending and more time on the attack. The more time we can spend in the offensive zone, the better it is, Robidas said. Thats the best way to defend. The Red Wings, whom the Leafs host again on Saturday, held possession of the puck for more than 70 per cent of the affair at Joe Louis Arena. Only Reimers 41 saves kept it close enough for the visitors to steal in the shootout. However wearisome their play has been most recently, this Leafs group looks different from the one that flamed out last season. For one, they boast a deeper and more versatile lineup, no longer entirely reliant on one line for offence. Among others, Mike Santorelli, Peter Holland, Leo Komarov (still out with a concussion), and Richard Panik have spurred a more balanced attack. The Leafs trail only Tampa in nightly offence – 3.36 goals per game – managing 17 goals more than they had at this point a year ago. And thats with that aforementioned top unit puttering through the last few weeks at even-strength. We know we can score, thats just a given, said Nazem Kadri, whos emerged with eight points in the past seven games, but its just preventing goals and keeping goals out of our net and having those shot totals decrease a little bit. I think the last couple games have been a little iffy for us as far as the shot department goes, but thats something we can limit, no problem. This Leafs team also has shown to be capable on the penalty kill thus far, boasting a top-10 unit for much for the season. Continued success there alone would help stem some of the damage that gutted the club last year. And unlike that group of a year ago, the goaltending (until just recently) has been just good, but not great. Maybe most notable of all is the awareness of a group that now includes more seasoned types like Robidas, Santorelli and Daniel Winnik. Torontos group last year proved stubborn to Carlyles constant prodding and the need for change, rarely accepting that their flawed process to victory was ill-suited for long-term success. At about this point in December last year, they lost for the eighth time in 10 games at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Kadri brazenly declared afterward that theres lots of time. Fifty games left, theres no reason to panic. Its just something weve got to figure out in the dressing room. They never did. And while Kadri observed that the rising shot totals recently was something we can limit, no problem there was, at the very least, an acceptance of the concern. If less likely to completely implode, theres reason to believe this hot streak will cool some soon. Beyond just the obvious faults of their very recent play is that aforementioned offence, which is unlikely to pop at such a furious pace. The Leafs have scored four goals per game since Nov. 20, scoring on a better percentage of their shots than every team but one this season. Their PDO – which combines shooting percentage and save percentage to measure luck – suggests that such luck will regress some in the future. Continuing to yield nearly 40 shots every night is also an obvious formula for trouble and if improved marginally in the possession game – theyve crept from 30th to 27th overall – the Leafs are still amongst the worst in the league. I dont like to compare last year because we all know what happened in the end, said Carlyle, and thats really what were trying to guard against in this situation. We cant accept whats happening, but well accept the points. Nobody is going to say no we dont want the points but we understand that there is a better and more productive way for us to have long-term success. We have to change some of the things that are happening out there. Carlyle sold that point ahead of a weekend set with the Red Wings and Kings. The proof will be in our reaction, he said. K.J. Wright Seahawks Jersey . But luckily for the Canadian squad, one goal was all it needed. Winnipegs Sophie Schmidt scored the winner off a Diana Matheson corner kick to seal Canadas third-place spot in the Torneio Internacional de Futebol Feminino in Brazil on Sunday. Cliff Avril Seahawks Jersey . Louis Cardinals continued their offensive tear with a 9-5 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opener of a four-game series. . Patton told The Baltimore Sun that he took an Adderall pill four days before the season finished, trying to improve his short-term focus. "I took one because I was stupid," Patton told The Sun.The Los Angeles Kings stormed back after falling behind 2-0 to the Chicago Blackhawks, scoring six straight goals to take Game Two, tying the series at one game apiece. Jeff Carter was the scoring force for the Kings, with a hat trick and an assist, all in the third period. Carter now has 16 points in 16 playoff games and, over the past three years, has 42 playoff points, ranking second only to Anze Kopitar. Carter is having success centering a line with rookies Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli on his wings. Pearson had a couple of assists in Game Two and Toffoli scored the Kings fourth goal. Pearson and Toffoli each have nine points in the postseason, one behind Nathan MacKinnon and Torey Krug for the rookie lead in the playoffs. Pearson has been particularly efficient in terms of points per minute of ice time. Chicago appeared to have the game well in hand, holding a 2-0 lead with a couple minutes left in the second period, but Justin Williams scored a goal off a seemingly inoccuous play to get the Kings on the board with 1:40 remaining in the second, then Los Angeles scored a pair of power play goals in the first 4:04 of the third period to turn the game upside down. Kings D Alec Martinez had an assist, but was also on the ice for 18 shot attempts for and seven against (72.0%) during 5-on-5 play. With Martinez off the ice, the Kings got 39.1% of the 5-on-5 shot attempts. At the same time, the Kings top defence pairing of Drew Doughty and Jake Muzzin were both on for less than 30% of the shot attempts at 5-on-5. Garry Gilliam Seahawks Jersey. Chicagos possession leader was LW Brandon Saad (13 attempts for, four against, 76.5%), while RW Kris Versteeg and C Peter Regin were at the other end of the spectrum, both under 25% in possession terms. Kings G Jonathan Quick stopped 23 of 25 shots, making some crucial saves when the game was 2-0 for Chicago and a third goal might put the game out of reach. Blackhawks G Corey Crawford allowed five goals in a game for the first time since November 16. Its not a surprise that the Kings power play made a difference -- their 24.1% success rate in the playoffs is best among the final four teams -- but the surprise is seeing the Blackhawks penalty killing unit get lit up for a pair of goals. Prior to Game Two, Chicagos penalty kill had allowed four goals on 48 power plays, 91.7%, so to suddenly allow two within 2:27 in the third period was highly unusual -- Chicago had allowed two power play goals against once in the previous 61 (regular season plus playoff) games. While the manner in which it happened could be considered surprising, it should be expected that the Kings will give the Blackhawks all they can handle. These are two elite teams and neither figures to go quietly, but now the advantage goes to the Kings who, with the split in Chicago, have gained home-ice advantage. Scott Cullen can be reached at and followed on Twitter at For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. NFL Jerseys China ' ' ' 
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